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A field manual in CIA’s archives, prepared under the direction of, and signed by “Wild Bill” Donovan, the head of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the World War II predecessor to CIA, explained how to use bribery and blackmail to destroy enemies and influence people.
Donovan, also known as the Father of Central Intelligence and the Father of American Intelligence, laid the groundwork for the American Intelligence Community and acted as a mentor to all of the most influential CIA Directors through the 1980s. Dubbed the Morale Operations Field Manual, the highly sensitive provisional manual was to be “used as the basic doctrine” for the OSS’ training. Its suggestions included using bribes to cause riots, trigger coups, and getting people hooked on drugs in order to bribe them with more.
originally posted by: Lagomorphe
Thank you Xuen.
Looks like I have some juicy stuff there for the upcoming management and staff meetings that I will be hosting!